Haddy Racks and Bad Lungz “Make A Movie” With New Visual
Paterson, New Jersey's Bad Lungz and Bronx, New York's Haddy Racks link up for the crazy new visuals for "Make A Movie" single, which were directed by Tukes Productions. The song was produced by UDub of NYBangers (Young M.A's "Ooouuu") and the video was filmed in locations throughout New York and New Jersey area.
The music video starts off with two guys in the car calling Haddy up, trying to link up for a turn up. Things get going soon after with Bad Lungz rapping in an abandon building and graffiti-filled hallways. Haddy comes in fresh as ever, with a skii mask on while rattling out bone-shattering rhymes. This is definitely for the real hip-hop fans.
We spoke to XXL to Haddy about what his goal in hip-hop is. “Just to bring substance back to music," he said. "I always thought that music was very diverse and you have your down South music, West Coast music, East Coast music, Midwest music. I feel like it’s not as diverse for me when I was growing up. What I want to bring back into hip-hop is substance music. Everybody is not able to go into the club and buy 500 bottles and drop 20 bands. I want to be the voice of the people who can’t do it. So when I make it, it gives them hope that they can do it. I want to give hope to people who follow Haddy Racks.”
Peep the video for "Make A Movie" below.
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